Antique Collectables: Kodak / Photo

Pierre Angenieux Lens

(GAT) 41471-A
Pierre Angenieux (of Paris) lens. New, but very old. Bonnette N 3. Zoom 10 x 12. Gates P/N: 727-0184-000. Includes the box (pictured).
 

2.5mm Mono Plug & Coaxial Camera Plug

(WCC) CAMCORD
Coiled cable 14" long (relaxed), 40" long (extended) 2.5mm subminiature plug on 1 end, coaxial plug opposite end.
$75 each
 
$3 each - $2.50 (25+), $1.95 (100+)

Polaroid® Ultrasonic Ranging
System Designer's Kit

(EQP) PID603972
Polaroid® ultrasonic ranging system designer's kit. New, unsused. Very Rare!! Not state of the art by today's standards but is a fabulous window on a historical stepping stone in camera auto-focus systems. Includes manuals.
 

Dual 8mm Camera

(EQP) CINEMASTERII
Universal Camera Corporation dual 8mm camera with F3.5 lens. Model G-8. Made in 1947. Includes original box & owner's manual. In "well cared for" condition.
$250 each
 
$239

Kodak No. 2
Film Pack Hawk-eye

(EQP) KODAK-2
Kodak No. 2 film pack Hawk-eye. Several dents, missing strap, broken glass on top. 2-1/4" x 3-1/4". Made in 1922.
 

General Radio 1501B Electronic
Flash Exposure Meter

(EQP) 1501B
General Radio 1501B Electronic Flash Exposure Meter. Requires 67-1/2 volt Burgess KA5, 22-1/2" volt Burgess K15 and 1-1/2 volt D cell. Photo-multiplier tube in sensing unit and 5886 pencil tube in base. Includes 15 foot extension cable and original case. In very good condition.
$35
 
$139

Flash Attachment

(EQP) HONEY-TILT
Honeywell flash attachment. Tilt-A-Mite. New condition.
 

Light Meter

(EQP) 97A
Sears light meter. Excellent condition.
$25
 
$25

Universal Cinematic P-752
8mm Projector

(EQP) CINEMATIC752
Universal Cinematic P-752 8mm projector. Made in 1948. Looks new with original box and manual. Step back in time and show those old 8mm home movies with this vintage projector.
$449

The "Perfecscope" Stereo Viewer
with 27 Cards

(EQP) VIEWER
A rare find!! The "Perfecscope" stereo viewer. 27 cards included.
(Click here for a PDF file list of photos included with this viewer).

Engraved on the bottom of the viewer:
• U.S.A. Patent Oct.15.1895
• June 3, 1902
• Feby 11896 B.S.G.D.C.
• Great Britain Austria Belgium Canada France Germany
• James M. Davis Agent 21 Washington Pl. New York U.S.A.

The stereo view is actually a twin photograph with two images mounted side by side. Each picture has been taken from a slightly different viewpoint corresponding approximately to the spacing of the eyes. When looked at through this special viewer, the left eye only sees the left photograph and the right eye its corresponding half. The view suddenly springs to life as a stereoscopic or three dimensional image. It is like looking through a window into the past with the impact of the third dimension giving realism.

On the silver frontal piece there are scroll designs and an emblem with figures of a woman and man and the words: Exposition Universelle Internationale 1900, H.C. White Co.

$500

Kodak
Portable Micro-File Recordak

(EQP) KODAK-E
Eastman Kodak Micro-File Recordak Model E, power supply and camera + accessories all tucked into 22" x 27" x 7-3/4" suitcase. Originally built in 1938 and then rebuilt in 1950 by Baltimore Signal Depot. Includes 63mm Ektar Lens.

Power input 100-125 vac 1000 watts. Has 0-130 vac voltmeter. Surprisingly excellent condition.

 

Film or Code Tape
Re-Winder

(EQP) 4T104478
J.H. Bunnell film re-winder or code tape. Winds up on back like a manual clock. 5/8" wide tape, 6" diameter spool. Made in the 1940's(?). Brand new in the original box.
$1,000
 
$125

Projector

Miniature projector made by Society For Visual Education, Inc. Model AK, 120 vac, 300 watts. Again, old, very old.
 

Kodak Flash Holder

Kodak Ektralux Flash Holder NEW IN THE BOX! Two pieces.
$95
 
$50

Surplus Sales also has a couple cases of old "Carbon Arcs" used in the silent movie days.
It made the flicker. Also an old 20mm Goldberg Brothers Film Rewinder.